Sunday, December 7, 2008

One Skein Basic Filet Shawl

One Skein Basic Filet Shawl

Finished size: Adult/One Size

Materials: (US) size I hook, 1 skein worsted weight yarn*
*Red Heart Symphony in Persimmon was used for sample. If using RHSS or the equivalent, you will need a second skein if using an ombre. You may also need to increase or decrease the number of rows when using a yarn other than the Symphony that I used.

ch 5, join with sl st in first ch to form beg loop.

Row 1: ch 4 (counts as beg ch 3 plus ch 1 now and throughout) dc in beg loop, (ch 1, dc) twice, turn.

Row 2: ch 4, dc in same st, (ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next dc) across to last dc, ch 1, (dc, ch 1, dc) in top of beg ch 3, turn.

Rows 3-45: Repeat row 2. Fasten off, weave in ends.

**You can add a border of your choice, or leave as is.

Designed by April Moreland
© 2008 All rights reserved

16 comments:

  1. Does this need to be blocked afterward? Mine is not turning out as spaced as your photo...

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  2. I didn't block mine.

    Did you dc in the dc from the row below? Or the ch 1 space? Do you have a link to a photo? Maybe I can help you figure it out.

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  3. I just wanted to say thank you so much for this free pattern , they look wonderful stitched up. I am very much a beginner to crochet and this is a no fail pattern. I am in the middle of my second one now and plan on making a couple more as christmas gifts :)

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  4. Hi April; I have a question that may seem odd. I would like to make this w/out the "point" part of the shawl. The resultmim looking got wouldn't be only rectangular, necessarily. I am just trying to make the back w/ out the full point.
    My question is- how do I read the pattern and tell which row to begin with?
    Thanks so much!

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  5. April, I was hunting for easy and quick basic shawls and found yours on crochet pattern central. Thank you so much for the basic pattern, can't wait to make it. Do you mind if I make and show it on my blog with your link attached?? I am a Granny too and also have free crochet blog patterns, please visit, it's all free at bitdiecreates.blogspot.com by the way congrats on your published pattern. Birdie

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  6. Thanks for sharing this FREE pattern...I plan to link/post this to my blog just wanted to let you know as well as I have been sharing it on a few crochet sites giving you credit.. (crochetville and Raverly) thanks again..

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  7. You're welcome Jayashiangel, it's my pleasure! Took a peek at your blog and it's looking great. :)

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  8. is this crocheted from the bottom up?

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  9. Love this!!! Works up so quickly and will be gorgeous using all kinds of yarn!! Thank you!!!

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  10. HI April, my name is April, too. Started the shawl and had to start over about 4 times....but once it sunk in on how to do it correctly, by following directions, I am moving along just nicely!! Thank you!

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  11. Thank You! great easy pattern , I'm looking for easy tank top pattern loose and open like mesh do you have any ideas ? thanks again I will continue enjoying your patterns Peg A

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  12. Hi April, thanks for the free pattern. I'm a little confused about the dc, ch 1, dc in the beg 3 ch. Which if the chain stitches and I supposed to dc? Thanks

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  13. Hi April, thanks for the free pattern. I'm a little confused about the dc, ch1, dc in the beg 3 ch. Which of the chain stitches and I supposed to dc? Thanks

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  14. Hi April, I've just found your site....and this filet is not as "fish netty" as some I've seen. How difficult would it be to do this stitch pattern as a scarf rather than a shawl. Thinking it would make a lovely year-round sort of scarf if done in a nice quality pima cotton or the like. (the one I have in mind is, I think, lace weight). Since I'm not as experienced as you obviously are, thought I'd ask you first. Hope you get this as I know this is an older post. Love your work! Thank you for sharing! (I also, by the way, love that Surf and Turf Stitch pattern...haven't seen that one before and I think it's lovely!

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